Qchain’s Shirt Design Contest!

The Cryptocurrency News Group Qchain’s Shirt Design Contest!
For inspiration.

We at Qchain definitely wanted to do something fun for marketing. Consequently, we’d like to launch a shirt design contest for a chance to win 50,000 EQC and 50,000 XQC. We’re looking for a cool design that can go on a t-shirt and hoodie and serve as our unofficial uniform when we go to conferences (or maybe even when we go to sleep).

The contest begins with the publishing of this post. We will accept entrants up until November 24th, 2017 at 11:59 GMT. The instructions and rules are below:

  1. To enter the contest, create your design and then share it in an image on Facebook and Twitter in a post with the hashtag #QchaindApparel.
  2. Designs are required to incorporate at least the magnifying glass of our logo, but we are certainly looking for unconventional and more elaborate takes on our iconography, rather than a mere copy and paste of our logo with some text. You can download our .svg graphical resources through this link. You may need the open source software Inkscape to export the .svg’s into other formats. The font, San Francisco, is the font we use in our logo, and you can download it for free via the hyperlinked text.
  3. After the November 24th, 2017 11:59 GMT passes, we will add up the numbers of retweets and hearts from Twitter and likes from Facebook for each design and proceed with the top 3 shirts sorted by that social sum metric.
  4. We will then choose our favorite design from the top 3 and announce it by November 31st, 2017 in another Medium post, and in our other social media groups.

This is your chance to leave your permanent stamp on Qchain. Good luck and have fun!

And as a reminder, as of Friday, November 10th, 2017, our ICO is still ongoing with an active 4% bonus on EQC and XQC purchases.

Note: by participating in the contest, you agree to Qchain’s ownership and rights over the winning design.

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